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Business Analyst. 

Posted January 19, 2022

Position Summary 

Azure is looking to hire a full-time Business Analyst. This position will report to the CFO and VP – Commercial. The candidate should be looking to work in a fast-paced environment and must be motivated, tenacious and collaborative. Among other responsibilities, this role will primarily entail detailed modeling on both a corporate and industry level, as well as support on presentation materials. You will take responsibility for the corporate model and perform financial analysis that directly supports decision making on multiple fronts for the company. This position is located in Calgary, Alberta.  

Key Responsibilities 
  • Maintenance of and primary responsibility for the corporate model. 

  • Build out of all supporting models for running corporate level and project level economics. 

  • Tracking all relevant commodity markets, competitors, and customers.  

  • Supporting all functions of the business in analysis projects, building presentations, and general support that will directly assist commercial decision making.   

  • May perform other ad hoc duties as required. 

  • Calgary based. 

You Have: 
  • It is preferred but not mandatory that candidates have an MBA or CFA. 

  • Bachelor’s Degree and 3+ years of relevant work experience. 

  • Advanced excel and financial modelling skills. 

  • Highly motivated individual that works with a “sense of urgency” and willingness to embrace change on a challenging and dynamic project. 

  • Ability to multi-task and adapt to a very dynamic work environment. 

  • Excellent verbal, written, presentation and communication skills. 

About Azure 

Azure is an emerging company which is dedicated to developing a renewable fuels facility (the "Facility") which will primarily produce sustainable aviation fuel (“SAF”), as well as have the ability and flexibility to produce renewable diesel (RD), renewable naphtha (RN) and renewable propane (RLPG). At nameplate capacity the Facility will produce approximately 1.1 billion litres per year of renewable fuels. 

As a primary feedstock, the Facility will utilize vegetable oil to produce these renewable fuels and may, from time to time, utilize various other types of feedstocks including, but not limited to, animal fats and used cooking oils. 

The primary objective is to develop, design and construct a renewable distillate fuels facility to provide a significant source of SAF and related renewable fuels to meet domestic and international mandates related to the reduction of CO2 emissions generated from the “hard-to-decarbonize” transportation industries.  As a secondary objective, the development of the Facility provides for a secure domestic market for agriculture products.   

As the primary rationale, the Facility will produce the low carbon fuels required to meet regulations focused on the reduction in CO2 emissions from the “hard-to-decarbonize” transportation industries. Specific to the aviation industry, advancements in alternative energy sources are not expected to be commercially viable for the foreseeable future. SAF has been approved, is in use and has exhibited an ability for aviation fuel users to lower their carbon emissions by up to ~80% vs. traditional fossil-based jet fuel.  As regulations currently favor the production of RD over SAF, efforts to advance dedicated SAF facilities have lagged the development of RD production.  Development of dedicated SAF facilities will allow for a supply of low carbon aviation fuel, which provides a solution for the aviation industry to meet the targets set out by CORSIA, as well as corporately. 


Azure will be accepting applications until the job is filled.  
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